With Ozil’s arrival during the summer and with Arsenal’s age policy, Rosicky could start looking for a change of scenery. The 33 year old who is close to making his 200th appearance for the Gunners, is more than likely to end his career somewhere else than at the Emirates. He even spoke about his future and the possible destinations he might consider. If Wenger does not offer him an extension to his current contract which is set to expire in 2014, Rosicky could leave for the US to perform in the MLS. Sparta Prague could also be an option as long as the Czech is not too interested in the financial aspects of his deal.
According to Metro, Wenger might consider keeping him though, despite the age issue. Apparently, Rosicky’s is fitter than ever and still has a lot to prove. He can also use his experience to help younger players like Wilshere who have a lot to learn from someone like the 33 year old Czech.
Despite his age and also despite his poor numbers for this season, Arsenal’s midfielder has played an important part in getting the Gunners to first place. He has showcased his skill and dedication several times even if the stats don’t show it. Rosicky is useful for both the offensive and defensive line and his focus is well above average as long as he is physically fit.
Injuries have played an important part in the Czech’s career who could have been great if not for the endless streak of bad luck which made him miss out on a lot of important moments.